Applying Theories of Fashion to Management Consulting: How Consultants Turn Concepts into Fashions and Sell them to Managers


Kieser, Alfred


URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.5465/APBPP.2001.27442915
Document Type: Conference or workshop publication
Year of publication: 2001
Book title: 61st Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management : Washington, D.C., USA, August 3-8, 2001 : How Governments Matter : Proceedings & Membership Directory ; Abstracts Supplement
Page range: A1-A6
Date of the conference: August 1, 2001
Author/Publisher of the book
(only the first ones mentioned)
:
Nagao, Dennis H.
Place of publication: Briarcliff Manor, NY
Publishing house: Acad. of Management
Publication language: English
Institution: Business School > ABWL u. Organisation (Kieser Em)
Subject: 330 Economics
Abstract: The article discusses management consulting and the correlation between the rise of consulting services and the demand for such services. The article discusses management fashion, a management concept which has become fashionable, and how a concept may be in higher demand because it is getting more publicity within the business community. The article describes the four major paradigms of general theories of management fashion: trickle-down, collective selection, marionette, and ambivalence. The article also discusses business consultants and the rhetoric of management fashion.

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Kieser, Alfred Applying Theories of Fashion to Management Consulting: How Consultants Turn Concepts into Fashions and Sell them to Managers. Nagao, Dennis H. A1-A6 In: 61st Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management : Washington, D.C., USA, August 3-8, 2001 : How Governments Matter : Proceedings & Membership Directory ; Abstracts Supplement (2001) Briarcliff Manor, NY [Conference or workshop publication]


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